Federal Curricula: James Madison High School

In December 1987, Secretary of Education William J. Bennett released a high school curriculum.  It was not federally mandated, rather, it was a model for schools to consider adopting in whole or in part. “James Madison High School” also included profiles of seven high schools whose curricula Bennett found admirable for their depth and rigor.

Hat tip to Chester E. Finn, Jr., Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, who reminded us of this.